Joyce Hemsley (22.9.28 / Portsmouth England)
Golden Years of Married Bliss
'Newly-weds' please take heed.
Always be kind in word and deed.
Settle your differences peacefully,
With thought and mutual understanding,
Avoiding sudden explosive words...
Shouting can be quite embarrassing.
Problems are bound to occur between
Every wedded Lady and Sir!
But to reach the ultimate golden day
'Kiss and Make Up' along the way.
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